INDAY – Dedicated Gluten Free


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INDAY prepares all food in a dedicated gluten free facility.

For more information on INDAY, see below. We have information on allergens, diets, cuisine type, popular food items, contact information, social media links, the story of starting this business, and more.

INDAY – Dedicated Gluten Free

INDAY – Food And Location Details

See below for information. We make every effort to keep the details below updated, but you can find their social media and website details at the bottom of the page. We encourage you to use these links to find the most up-to-date information including the current menu and business hours.

This business is classified under these categories:

  • Restaurant
  • Catering

Allergies and Diets Supported at INDAY

Please note these are allergens and diets the business notes they may be able to accommodate. Some locations may be dedicated to keeping their facilities entirely clear of these allergens or providing only these diets, but most are not. Please use the contact information below to verify if it is safe for your needs.

  • Dairy Free Items Available
  • Egg Free Items Available
  • Soy Free Items Available
  • Sugar Free Items Available
  • Vegan Items Available
  • Vegetarian Items Available

Cuisine Type Available at INDAY

These are the types of cuisines available. There may be as little as one item or as much as the entire menu dedicated to the cuisine types listed here.

  • Indian

Some of these items may be available on a regular basis, some may only be available on specific days or for events. This list is a compilation of some of the more popular items. All businesses have products in addition to this list.

  • Curry
  • Salad
  • Rice Bowl
  • Soup
  • Seafood
  • Other Desserts

INDAY – Additional Information

Every business has its own story. Businesses that are dedicated gluten free are particularly rich in passion and history. This section is dedicated to the people working hard every day to provide safe gluten free food to those that need it and honor them.

INDAY embodies the food philosophy from India that food is medicine.

Our mission is to empower people to feel better every day by connecting ancient wisdom to modern wellbeing.

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Not only is INDAY inspired by the Indian philosophy of food, but their dishes reflect that as well. They design their menu around seasonal dishes that will help their customers feel great long after they have left the restaurant. But they are also focused on the amazing flavors that India possesses.

They have opened a line of restaurants in New York, but design each of these to reflect their surroundings. The goal isn’t to copy and paste their original location but to embody the community spirit in a relaxing atmosphere to provide a healthy and delicious respite.

INDAY is also committed to serving our community. We donate a portion of all sales through our direct channels to organizations doing critical work, including The Bowery Mission and Black Youth Project 100.

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Besides flavor and a focus on nutrition, INDAY is passionate about sourcing its ingredients. They source single-origin spices as well as local proteins farmed with a focus on sustainability. However, around half their menu is vegan. They have also decided to keep their entire location completely free of soy and refined sugar in addition to being a dedicated gluten free facility.

Food Karma reminds us that food is more than just what fills us up. It plays an important role in how we feel physically, mentally, and emotionally, both short and long term. We are what we eat.

INDAY, on Ayurveda

Check them out online by following the links below, or visit them at one of their locations to experience this great philosophy of food in action!

INDAY – Contact And Location Information

INDAY – Nomad

Address: 1133 Broadway, NY, New York 10010, USA

Website: http://www.indaynyc.com/

Online Ordering: https://order.indaynyc.com/

Phone Number: (917) 521-5012

Email Address: hello@indaynyc.com

INDAY – New York Plaza

Address: 1 Whitehall St, New York, NY 10004

Website: http://www.indaynyc.com/

Online Ordering: https://order.indaynyc.com/

Phone Number:

Email Address: hello@indaynyc.com

INDAY – Midtown East

Address: 708 3rd Ave, NY, New York 10017, USA

Website: http://www.indaynyc.com/

Online Ordering: https://order.indaynyc.com/

Phone Number:

Email Address: hello@indaynyc.com

INDAY – Bryant Park

Address: 285 Madison, NY, New York

Website: http://www.indaynyc.com/

Online Ordering: https://order.indaynyc.com/

Phone Number:

Email Address: hello@indaynyc.com

INDAY – INDAY Go Go

Address: 570 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10022

Website: http://www.indaynyc.com/

Online Ordering: https://order.indaynyc.com/

Phone Number:

Email Address: hello@indaynyc.com

Please Note

We make every effort to verify the information for each business listed on our Dedicated Gluten Free Restaurant Finder. We have gathered data from each business’ website, social media, news articles, as well as publicly available reviews to corroborate details when needed. It is impossible for us to guarantee their practices or update every change in real-time.

We make every effort to keep the page updated, but it is imperative that you verify the use of allergens before consuming products. If you find anything inaccurate, we encourage you to fill out our form located here to assist us with providing the best information possible.

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Fawn

My passion is supporting those who need to be gluten free. After my family had to transition to eating gluten free I realized how difficult it is. It is more than finding a recipe. It is about how to navigate social situations, deal with isolation, and other things that come along with it. I live in Oregon with my family, cats, and chickens.

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